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Meeting a baby rough-toothed dolphin off La Gomera

Everyone is getting really excited on our whale watching boat: we have dolphins bowriding! Maybe the little Atlantic spotted dolphins, or bottlenose dolphins? But a closer look tells me: they don’t have spots and are darker than the bottlenose dolphins. Maybe they are … yes they are!

WDC at the 66b meeting of the IWC Scientific Committee

The 66b meeting of the Scientific Committee (SC) of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) was held in Bled, Slovenia from June 4th to 20th, 2016 and gathered together more than 150 international experts to discuss issues concerning conservation and management of cetaceans.

Pledge Never to Plunge: The Wild Ones

Imagine a day in the life of a wild dolphin, swimming free with your family.  Your pod is your social identity – you are an individual, but you are lost without your companions around you.  You all travel together, you forage together, socialize and play, help each other to navigate and avoid danger.  You

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